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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffVideo-Cellar Date: Dec 10, 2010 11:47pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: A Thousand Words

The screen cap with the notice is from the "restored" flat version of the original 3d version of the film, which was originally presented in a 1.66:1 ratio. The version uploaded here without notice is the "flat" version that was made and released just after the original 3d release (this was presented in the 1.85:1 ratio).

Even if someone argued that the original flat version of the film was PD due to omission of notice, it is technically a derivative work and falls under the prior, enforcable copyright of the 3d version.

Re NOTLD: That film lost its copyright due to a last minute title change prior to release. The original title and copyright notice were removed, but only the title was replaced putting the film into the PD on release.

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Poster: elmagno Date: Dec 11, 2010 4:43am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: A Thousand Words

Great to have the facts on this film. I read somewhere, maybe IMDb (maybe not), that by its 1954 release the 3D craze had actually peaked and was passing and that the film didn't show much at all in 3D.

The Google copy claims to have come originally from IA some two years ago. Does anyone recall a prior take down notice?

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Poster: billbarstad Date: Dec 11, 2010 5:35am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: A Thousand Words

Thanks.

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Poster: skybandit Date: Dec 11, 2010 9:25pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: A Thousand Words

“Even if someone argued that the original flat version of the film was PD due to omission of notice, it is technically a derivative work and falls under the prior, enforcable copyright of the 3d version.”…IF the 3D version had a copyright notice, a question we can’t seem to get answered! :)

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Poster: billbarstad Date: Dec 12, 2010 7:04am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: A Thousand Words

Good point.

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Poster: skybandit Date: Dec 13, 2010 7:08pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: A Thousand Words

Better safe than sorry and all that. I'm a nice guy, so I nicked my new DVD version from Google instead of here.

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Poster: skybandit Date: Dec 13, 2010 7:12pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: A Thousand Words

"Re NOTLD: That film lost its copyright due to a last minute title change prior to release. The original title and copyright notice were removed, but only the title was replaced putting the film into the PD on release."
Once again proving that not everything I've heard is true. Thanks for weighing in on this, the flames were beginning to burn! :)